English Comp 1
March 27, 2013
Teachers and Faculty Carry Concealed Weapons on Campuses
Imagine the feeling of safety as if it is constantly within our control or ability, people that are in possession of a concealed weapon are aware of the responsibility and the results of what can happen when using a concealed weapon. Safety of teachers, all other employees and students at a learning intuition can greatly improve if the staff could be armed with concealed weapons. Also we must remember that all citizens of the United States have the right to carry and own a weapon as guaranteed by the second amendment of the constitution of the United States of America. Safety and security could be greatly improved with teachers and faculty carrying concealed weapons on campus, therefore, the teachers and faculty increase security; the safety of the students can also be achieved.
The second amendment to the constitution guarantees people the right to own and use a weapon without interference from the government (Constitution). Although to carry a concealed weapon requires additional permitting in all the states and territories of the United States. This is to help everyone is safe and ensure that a weapon does not end up in the wrong hands. This can consist of a complete and through back ground check, fingerprinting, and even mental health evaluations may be required in some states. Some states also require the applicant spent time on the shooting range, classroom, and attend a basic hunter education course. This includes the safety requirements that a person is expected to follow when in possession of a weapon and the proper way to secure a weapon when finished with its use. After the documentation process is completed this ensures the persons has the ability to properly own and maintain a concealed weapon permit.
Most teachers and faculty consequently would have to take the time to secure the proper documentation so that they would be...
Cited: Lewis, Lyndsey. "Nevada Considers Arming Professors." Chronicle of Higher Education 53.44
(2007): A20, 1/7. Print.
Constitution of the United States of America, Bill of Rights the Second Amendment.” The right
to own and use a weapon”. www.archives.gov/exhibts/charters/bill_of_rights. (1789).
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